Toys 'R' Us Exclusive Mark VI Added To 12-Inch Halo Figures

by Outsiders
August 09, 2008
Back in April, McFarlane Toys announced they would be releasing 12-Inch versions of the Master Chief and Mark VI from the Halo series in September.

The 12-inch Master Chief comes with assault rifle and grenade, and will be fully poseable, with 18 points of articulation and 26 moving parts.

A 12-inch Blue Spartan MARK VI will be available exclusively at Wal-Mart, also releasing in September.

12-INCH MASTER CHIEF
12-INCH SPARTAN MARK IV (BLUE) - Wal-Mart Exclusive


Today, they announced that a 12-inch Brown Spartan MARK VI will be available exclusively at Toys 'R' Us, also releasing in November.

MARK VI (BROWN) - In stores November (Toys 'R' Us exclusive)
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SmoothJazz - 2008-09-10 @ 1:33 am

Hi. I'm visiting from the Transformers board. However, I used to (and kind of still do) collect Halo toys, and when I saw the blue 12-inch Chief at Wal-Mart I couldn't resist. I wanted to find out more about him. Specifically, it says his helmet is removable but I can't figure out how, can an... Read More

Snow - 2008-09-04 @ 4:24 am

Whats the cost of these guys?

Kirok - 2008-09-02 @ 2:42 am
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